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Old 11-30-2010, 11:11 PM   #1
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had a power surge and now our infloor heat won't heat up. control panel says it is heating but it nevr heats up

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You should check the output from the control (thermostat) first. It's possible that it got fried instead of your buried elements.

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If it's like mine (SunTouch from Home Depot) it runs the line voltage through the thermostat, so yeah that would be a likely suspect.
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